The move of lifelong Celtic fan Robert Snodgrass to Celtic in the summer is gathering momentum by the hour.
Rumours went into overdrive when Snodgrass came out earlier in the week claiming he wanted Neil Lennon to stay at Celtic. Snodgrass who was offered an apprenticeship at Celtic as a youngster chose a move to Livingston instead, feeling at the time that breaking into the Celtic first team was unrealistic.
The 26 year old moved to England in 2008 with Leeds United which lasted for four years before eventually moving to Norwich in 2012. The midfielder has been a fans favourite at Norwich but with the threat of relegation looming and the loss of Chris Hughton as manager a couple of months ago an opportunity to play for his boyhood heroes and the chance to knock knees with Europe’s best may tempt the Scotland international back north.
Rumors are that the deal is already signed, sealed and delivered with a price tag estimated at 3.5 million pounds.
But does any deal depend on Norwich’s final position in the EPL?